Western Sydney Wanderers aren't getting bogged down by the fact they've won just once so far this season.
Scott Neville was at wars with the Sydney FC players throughout the match.
Western Sydney Wanderers defender Scott Neville has been slapped with a $1,000 fine for making an offensive gesture towards Adelaide United fans after their round two A-League victory.
Neville was seen showing his middle finger to a group of Reds supporters at Coopers Stadium following Brendon Santalab's stoppage-time winner.
He also appeared to yell something in the direction of the crowd.
Football Federation Australia (FFA) found the 27-year-old full-back's behaviour breached the organisation's
Mark Hartmann has scored eight goals in 11 games for Geylang since joining the club in June 2016.
Mark Hartmann's future at Geylang International remains unclear, with the striker yet to receive a "concrete" offer from the club.
The striker took the S. League by storm when he became the first-ever Filipino to sign for a Singapore club in June, proving his goal-scoring ability with a respectable eight goals in 11 matches.
Geylang closed out their season with a 4-1 home win against Home United on Tuesday, but fell short of AFC Cup qualification as they finished fifth in the league standings.
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Luke Brattan has been rewarded for his dazzling start to the A-League season with a return to Socceroos reckoning.
On Tuesday, he was putting Melbourne Victory to the sword with his second man-of-the-match derby performance in as many weeks.
A day later, the Melbourne City midfielder was named in an extended 30-man squad for next month's World Cup qualifier against Thailand by Ange Postecoglou.
The 26-year-old's talent has never been in question and he grew to become a key member of the Brisbane
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Brisbane Roar midfielder Tommy Oar has earned a recall to the Australia national team.
Luke Brattan and Tommy Oar are among seven new faces in an extended 30-man squad named by Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou for next month's World Cup qualifier against Thailand.
All 23 players who were part of the squad that drew with Saudi Arabia and Japan have been recalled, along with Brattan, Oar, Josh Risdon, Jason Geria and the overseas-based trio of Nathan Burns, Milos Degenek and Aziz Behich.
Postecoglou will trim the squad back to 23 after watching this weekend's matches, effectively challenging